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During the 19th century, the plague reached epidemic proportions in London. Plague Doctors were sent out to quarantine affected individuals; however some of the affected individuals refused to believe they are already dead so they attempt to escape from the quarantine booth. They spread the news via phone no quicker than the spreading of the plague itself. Standing on the London’s iconic telephone phone kiosk panel is stretcher or death bed.

This is one of my modern art themes with contemporary touch of fine art gallery and modern architecture exhibiting various voyagers and their objectives reflecting surrealism and symbolism. The 3D metal foiled human figure is my typical motif in use in many compositions to tell a story. In addition, I have always loved the concrete panels with buttons and reveals; I designed and modeled the panels in 3D. This modern art compliments well with modern home and office who loves Pottery & Barns, Restoration Hardware and Arhaus staging. The colors are overall neutral, inviting, and rich.

3D character designed by me. Digital 3D modeling and painting by Tony M. Fowler 2018.
All artworks are property of Tony M. Fowler 2012-2018. All rights reserved.

Materials used:

Gallery-wrapped canvas, printed with Canon Lucia Ink, stretched on 1.5 bars.

Plague Doctors (2018)


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Tony Fowler

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